Great news for Google Cloud customers! We’re excited to announce our most recent partnership with Google. New Relic has become the latest technology partner to join the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program as a technology partner for Google Compute Engine. New Relic Standard is now available free of charge for monitoring the performance of large-scale computing workloads on Linux virtual machines in Google’s data centers hosted on Google Cloud Platform.
Google Cloud Platform provides cloud computing services such as Google Compute Engine, an infrastructure as a service that lets you run your large-scale computing workloads, that allow businesses to build applications and websites, store data and analyze data on Google’s infrastructure. With the integration of New Relic’s service, Google Cloud customers now have in-depth application performance visibility to help them monitor, troubleshoot and optimize their applications.
To kick off the partnership and show their commitment to a successful partnership, Google is extending its Google Cloud Platform Starter Pack to all New Relic customers! This comes with a $2,000 credit for both Google App Engine and Google Compute Engine. Simply sign up using promo code: nrc-org.
And that’s not all! They are also taking the stage as a premier sponsor of FutureStack13, our first-ever technology conference next week.
“With New Relic, Google Cloud Platform customers can easily monitor and manage their applications within the platform itself to ensure the highest performance and assure success. For the first time, Google Compute Engine users have access to in-depth data that tracks the overall health of their infrastructure – it’s just a click away. ” – Allan Naim, Google Cloud Partners, Google Cloud Platform
We’re thrilled to see this partnership off to such a great start and look forward to a long-lasting strategic partnership.
Start Using Google & New Relic Today!
Google Cloud customers can get started with their free New Relic Standard account today by signing up at newrelic.com/google.